Following Gary Numan's career as one of the biggest-selling artists in the 1970s.
Sunday 11 September (19.30)
Running time: 1h25m
In the 1970s Gary Numan was one of the world’s biggest-selling artists with a sound that had never been heard before. However, the same thing that fuelled his ambition, informed his music and dictated his image also brought problems. Not much was known about Asperger’s syndrome at the time, and when the press labelled him a freak, Numan became depressed, anxious and out of touch. However when Numan met his biggest fan he not only rediscovered his passion for music, but also found the love of his life.
This screening will be followed by a director Q&A.
Competition: Win two tickets to Gary Numan Live at ABC Glasgow on 20 September. Purchase a ticket to this screening online in advance, to be automatically entered to the prize draw.
Directors Steve Read & Rob Alexander
UK 2016, 1h25m, 15